Part 5: The Challenge of Allocating Limited Resources to Growing Demand for Service in Fire, Police and Sanitation Departments
From Baruch DML
This session addresses the challenge of allocating limited resources to growing demand for service in Fire, Police and Sanitation Departments. Specific initiatives in these departments were undertaken to address this issue; they were the use of Tactical Control Units in the Fire Department, the Fourth Platoon in the Police Department and a revised Chart Day System in the Sanitation Department.
Presidential Professor, Baruch College
First Deputy Administrator of NYC in Lindsay Administration;
Chief Operating Officer, The College Board
Sanitation Commissioner in Lindsay Administration;
Professor Emeritus, Columbia University
Analyst, NYC Rand Institute during Lindsay Administration.
The speakers are introduced by Stan Altman, symposium organizer, Professor of School of Public Affairs and Director of American Humanics at Baruch College.